Every year, Queen’s holds two Open Days in September, when thousands of 17 and 18 year-olds visit the University. This year there will be Open Days in June and September. The Open Days on 28 and 29 June is for prospective students from England, Scotland, Wales and the Islands. The September Open Days will be held on Thursday 12 and Friday 13 September 2013 for all students.
Our Open Days give you the opportunity to find out more about the courses we offer, the host of sporting, cultural and social activities available, and the excellent facilities and services which will help you make the most of student life.
For more information contact Patricia McKnight at firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 9097 3090.
The capital of Northern Ireland Belfast is a modern European city that is just bursting with life. There are currently 268,323 people living in the city of which around 60,000 are students.
With an average age of 27 Northern Ireland has one of the youngest populations in Europe.
Queen’s historic campus is located in the attractive, leafy suburbs of South Belfast, a lively area only 15 minutes away from the city centre, and packed with student facilities.
Travelling to and from Northern Ireland is easy and economical. Most major British cities are within an hour’s flight time from Belfast’s two airports. Competition means that fares are low, and there are many flights each day to the rest of the British Isles and mainland Europe.